Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

PowerPay RFID Payment and Marketing Solution Speeds Concession Purchases at Seahawks Stadium With Technology From Texas Instruments

Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Seahawks Fans Spend Less Time in Line and More Time Catching Live Action Using PowerPay RFID Payment Keyfob

DALLAS, TX (November 11, 2003) - Exclusive Club Seat ticket 


Monday, November 10, 2003

NORTH CANTON, Ohio - Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE:DBD) today announced the introduction of CS Gold® 4.1, the newest version of its campus card solution Working together with the State University of New York (SUNY) in Albany and the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), Diebold made enhancements to CS Gold 4.0 which will improve efficiency and usability and incorporate new functionality.  System advancements in CS Gold 4.1 include Conference Card issuance, integration of alarm panels and digital video recorders (DVRs), new and enhanced graphical user interfaces (GUIs), and more.  

CNBC Introduces FreedomPay Cashless Payment and Loyalty Solutions at its New Global Headquarters

Saturday, November 1, 2003

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., October 15, 2003 – CNBC (Subsidiary of General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE)) the recognized global leader in business news announced today that it will be providing FreedomPay © cashless payment and loyalty solutions at CNBC’s global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. 

Distrust of ID issuers is a fact of life today

Saturday, November 1, 2003

As you will see in the article “Urban legend phenomenon strikes our hotel keys,” a widespread warning regarding credit card numbers stored on hotel key cards is sweeping the Internet. While completely without merit, the situation highlights a very valid issue that impacts all members of the identification technology community. 

The urban legend phenomenon strikes our card-based dorm and hotel keys

Saturday, November 1, 2003

In the past weeks, an email warning has been circulating describing alleged identity thefts occurring from information stored on hotel key cards. The warning claims that personal information stored on room keys can, if discarded improperly, enable a criminal to access your credit card number and use it for unauthorized charges. This is absolutely not true and is merely an “urban legend” spread via well meaning members of the Internet community. 

CR80News’ report from the show floor at the NACAS Annual Conference

Saturday, November 1, 2003

At this month’s NACAS conference, a number of exciting new products and projects were demonstrated in the exhibit hall and discussed in the educational sessions. CR80News was on-site at the conference, here’s our review of some of the key card-related highlights from the show. 

University of Central Florida adds new applications to its already successful campus card

Saturday, November 1, 2003

The University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando doesn’t have a fancy name for its smart card. “We just call it the UCF Card,” says the University’s Card Services Manager, Tammy Kidder.